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Re: WTB door cards in decent or good condition for a '72 coupe
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I'm in Southern California and won't be using my door cards. If I find some time this week I''ll take pictures of them. Do you need the rear section for the coupe or just the front doors? I believe they are all in great condition except the driver one which has a small tear in the bottom right corner.

Posted on: 10/16 3:16
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Re: 1200 wagon Roller Heaps of spares and new bits
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If you decide to part out please contact me about the rear axle/brakes :)

Posted on: 9/5 19:45
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Re: H165 LSD 4.875 dics brake complete
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AFRacer I emailed you.

Posted on: 2/15 2:18
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Re: H165 LSD 4.875 dics brake complete
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How much shipped to California 90808 in USD? Very interested, this is exactly what I have been looking for.

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Re: Fibre glass leaf springs for 1200 coupe
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Thanks guys for the info!

Posted on: 2/3 0:33
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Re: Fibre glass leaf springs for 1200 coupe
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Ogyris, do you happen to have the dimensions needed to order these from the website? Unless I am missing something there and there is a direct order form for 1200s lol. Thanks!

Posted on: 2/2 20:13
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Re: Rear axle options - What to do in the US?
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If that is the case I feel like I should just go with a Volvo 242 rear axle then. It is a dana 30 which would be plenty to handle the power and there are a number of LSD/locker differential options to put in it. The width is 53". So roughly .75" a side.

Posted on: 1/12 22:30
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Re: Rear axle options - What to do in the US?
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Thanks for the links D and thanks for the build thread link Datsa! This is helping out a lot!

One more question...I've been searching the wiki and I can't find any kind of spec sheet regarding the lengths for a stock H145 rear axle assembly. Is that available anywhere? Was hoping to just have something to reference instead of measuring everything and possibly getting something wrong if I order a custom rear end.

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Re: Rear axle options - What to do in the US?
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So you were able to use everything from the original rear and just get the new custom axles fitted and it worked out? I'll check Moser out, thanks!

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I shortened a Ford 8.8 out of a Mustang Fox body. I think I took five and a quarter inches off of each side and ordered axles from Moser.

Posted on: 1/10 20:10
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Re: Rear axle options - What to do in the US?
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Ok I'll check that route out. Originally I was hoping I could just get the custom axles from Curry and use everything else from an Explorer but my worry was whether the custom axles would fit inside a stock Explorer housing. I asked Curry twice and never heard back from them.

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